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“During the spinal tap, or lumbar puncture, a terrible medical mishap occurred: the lumbar puncture was made into what physicians refer to as the danger zone—the cauda equina—a group of nerve roots that send and receive messages to and from the lower abdominal organs and down into the legs.”
“Albertus, treat: a swallow's heart, dust of a dove's heart, multum valent linguae viperarum, cerebella asinorum, tela equina, palliola quibus infantes obvoluti nascuntur, funis strangulati hominis, lapis de nido Aquilae,”
“In descending the Leeba we saw many herds of wild animals, especially the tahetsi (‘Aigoceros equina’), one magnificent antelope, the putokuane (‘Antilope niger’), and two fine lions.”
“So also the great Malay deer (Rusa equina), and the small”
“And, indeed, the nerve mass is called cauda equina (kaw'duh ee-kw/nuh; "tail of a horse" L).”
“In view of the extreme interest of these cases I will shortly detail one other in which the cauda equina alone was affected.”
“Opposite the centre of the cauda equina were the remains of a considerable hæmorrhage, both extra - and intra-dural, the nerves appearing somewhat compressed, but of normal consistency.”
“This vessel is placed in the pia mater along the anterior median fissure; it supplies that membrane, and the substance of the medulla spinalis, and sends off branches at its lower part to be distributed to the cauda equina.”
“Cauda equina and filum terminale seen from behind.”
“As already mentioned (page 750), the term cauda equina is applied to this collection of nerve roots.”
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